Germ Warfare Attacks
Unit 731 did large field tests and used the prototype biological weapons in battles throughout China. Dr. Sheldon Harris estimated that at least 250,000 civilian men, women, and children died from the result of these tests.
Victims of Germ Warfare
Jiang Chun Geng, a victim of germ warfare, along with hundreds of other victims from Zhejiang province had suffered from flesh-eating ulcers. The locals label them "rotten leg disease". Jiang doesn't recall how he got the ulcers that never go away. His father told him that the wounds appeared in July 1942 after the Imperial Japanese Army passed through his village. His entire family developed festering sores and his mother and young brother died in unbearable 10 years after the attack as they were suffering from untreated infection that crept up their legs.
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Unit 731- The Forgotten Asian Auschwitz
The Japanese invasion of China during the Second Sino-Japanese war has left a strong legacy of hate and disgust among many Chinese today. Much of the atrocities committed by the Japanese are now known to most historians. By far, the most despicable and forgotten act against humanity committed by the Imperial Japanese government was its covert biochemical weapons program. Euphemistically labelled as the "Epidemic Prevention and Water Purification Department" of the Imperial Japanese Army, the Japanese conducted a wide range of cruel and inhumane experiments on prisoners who were often innocent.
Apology for War
Japanese Royal Family
Leaders of Pacific Asia War
Modern Chinese History
Southeast Asia Military Tactics
Women in War